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    Science Fictions: Exposing Fraud, Bias, Negligence and Hype in Science

    £9.99
    'Required reading for everyone' Adam Rutherford Medicine, education, psychology, economics - wherever it really matters, we look to science for guidance.
    ISBN: 9781529110647
    AuthorStuart Ritchie
    Pub Date16/09/2021
    BindingPaperback
    Pages368
    Availability: In Stock

    'Required reading for everyone' Adam Rutherford

    Medicine, education, psychology, economics - wherever it really matters, we look to science for guidance. But what if science itself can't always be relied on?

    In this vital investigation, Stuart Ritchie reveals the disturbing flaws in today's science that undermine our understanding of the world and threaten human lives. With bias, careless mistakes and even outright forgery influencing everything from austerity economics to the anti-vaccination movement, he proposes vital remedies to save and protect science - this most valuable of human endeavours - from itself.

    * With a new afterword by the author *

    'Thrilling... Reminds us that another world is possible' The Times, Books of the Year

    'Excellent... We need better science. That's why books like this are so important' Evening Standard

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    'Required reading for everyone' Adam Rutherford

    Medicine, education, psychology, economics - wherever it really matters, we look to science for guidance. But what if science itself can't always be relied on?

    In this vital investigation, Stuart Ritchie reveals the disturbing flaws in today's science that undermine our understanding of the world and threaten human lives. With bias, careless mistakes and even outright forgery influencing everything from austerity economics to the anti-vaccination movement, he proposes vital remedies to save and protect science - this most valuable of human endeavours - from itself.

    * With a new afterword by the author *

    'Thrilling... Reminds us that another world is possible' The Times, Books of the Year

    'Excellent... We need better science. That's why books like this are so important' Evening Standard